Is West Brom vs Reading on TV? Sky Sports and Championship live stream details
When are West Bromwich Albion on the telly?
Over the course of the season the Baggies will be selected for live TV coverage on Sky Sports – and you can find all the details here.
We will keep this story regularly updated so you know when Albion are next on the box.
The next TV match for West Brom is against Reading on Wednesday, August 21. Although it hasn’t been selected for studio coverage by Sky, it will be available on their red button channel.
All midweek Championship games are screened as part of a deal with the EFL which began last season.
Red button events are not available via Sky Go or the Sky Q app – but you can watch midweek Sky Bet Championship matches via the Sky Sports app.
Here are the Sky Sports matches currently pencilled in for Albion:
Wednesday August 21: West Brom v Reading (8:00pm)
Saturday August 24: Derby County v West Brom (12:30pm)
Saturday September 14: Fulham v West Brom (12:30pm)
Sunday September 22: West Brom v Huddersfield (12:00pm)
Saturday September 28: QPR v West Brom (12:30pm)
Tuesday October 1: Leeds United v West Brom (7:45pm)
Watching Championship highlights
Where can we watch Baggies highlights?
Another excellent question.
Championship highlights are shown on Quest.
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It is part of a four year deal which will bring 90 minutes of match highlights, hosted by Colin Murray, at 9pm every Saturday night.
Quest are also broadcasting 10 hour-long highlights shows capturing the action from every round of midweek fixtures.
In addition, they have been presenting eight hour-long highlights shows from the Carabao Cup and Checkatrade Trophy as part of the arrangement.
Quest is available in 27 million homes across Freeview, Freesat, Sky, Virgin Media and BT TV. With a monthly reach of 12.4 million, Quest is Discovery’s largest channel in the UK, and enjoyed its best ever first-quarter performance in 2018.
The EFL highlights will headline Quest’s line-up of sports events throughout the year which are delivered in conjunction with Eurosport.
Each show will feature every goal from every EFL fixture plus analysis from a selection of pundits.
Where to find Quest:
Freeview – 37
Sky – 144
Virgin – 172
Freesat – 167